Abstract

We investigate the effect of reusable rate variation of cores (used products) on the performance of buffer allocation plan for remanufacturing systems. We model the remanufacturing system as an open queueing network and use the decomposition principle and expansion methodology to analyze it.

Notes

Originally published in the Proceedings of the 2001 Annual Meeting of the Northeast Decision Sciences Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 21-23, pp. 116-118, 2001

Keywords

End of life products, Near optimal buffer allocation plan (NOBAP), Buffers

Subject Categories

Recycling (Waste (etc.))

Disciplines

Engineering

Publisher

Omnipress

Publication Date

2001

Rights Information

Copyright 2001, Surendra M. Gupta

Rights Holder

Gupta M. Surendra



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